I find that I’m running out of synonyms for “incredible” and “inspirational”. There is no other way to describe the surreal-ness of being given the opportunity to be at a Games. Especially the Paralympics.
Articles by Hannah Carver
Canada and Australia men’s wheelchair rugby teams faced of in the battle of the unbeaten on Friday in Rio.
Diane Roy, given the nickname “The Warhorse”, competes at her sixth Paralympics and it only continues to spark her passion.
Despite a troubled past, Mike Whitehead has great veteran presence in his fourth Paralympic appearance.
Chantal Givens uses home team as motivation to complete inaugural Paralympic event.
Swimmer Tess Routliffe opted out of first-year transition time and into the pool at Paralympics.
Brent Lakatos taps into his competitive drive for an attempt at his first Paralympic gold.
Veteran Paralympian Alex Dupont has raced against the best in the world. But he never gets more nervous than when he is watching his wife.
TORONTO — For Kirstie Kasko, the music may be different but the song is still the same. The 23-year-old, who swam four qualifiers this week (100-metre breast and backstrokes, 200-metre free and 200-metre individual medley),…
For some, baseball is just a game, but for others it capsulizes decades of family tradition. Two seasoned Blue Jays fans were having a bite to eat at Marguerite’s, a fan hotspot outside the Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, before the team hosted the Atlanta Braves. John McKague reminisced about his ongoing tradition at Blue Jays spring training with his wife, Jenny. “It was a sad story,” he said. “My wife’s father died and my brother died about two weeks later. We said, ‘I need a holiday, let’s get the hell out of here.’ We came down here, and we have come down here ever since. That was 25 years ago.